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Intergen takes to the red carpet with Microsoft Azure IoT and Power BI

17 Mar 16

Intergen has scored itself invitations to join two exclusive, invitation only, Microsoft Red Carpet partner programs after demonstrating an ‘exceptional’ level of capability, innovation and expertise.

The IT service company has been invited to join the Microsoft Azure IoT Red Carpet partner program and the Microsoft Power BI Red Carpet partner program, providing Intergen’s consultants with access to in-depth training and education programs and insights into the roadmap ahead and how to leverage it.

Simon Bright, Intergen chief executive, says Intergen is ‘delighted’ to have been recognised among the group of technology leaders in the business intelligence and internet of things space.

“[We’re] very excited about the opportunities it will open up for our clients,” Bright says.

“We pride ourselves on our close connection with Microsoft and our early and deep exposure to new technologies, particularly as this allows us to share thought leadership and bring this knowledge to our local markets for the benefit of our clients’ technology roadmaps,” he says.

Bright says being a member of the Red Carpet will further increase Intergen’s ability to do that.

Intergen says it believes the invitation to the Power BI Red Carpet program is recognition of the company’s ‘many’ successful Power BI implementatons, and also a chance to showcase Intergen’s capabilities in delivering business value in record time.

“Participation in the Microsoft Power BI Red Carpet program ensures [Intergen’s] clients continue to have access to the highest level of knowledge, service and the best resources available in the data insight sphere,” Intergen.

Meanwhile membership in the Microsoft Azure IoT Red Carpet will enable the company to expand its IoT capability, accelerating time to market and creating growth opportunities that directly benefit clients.

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